Stevie, our Manager at Food restaurant is taking to the skies and leaping from a plane to raise money for Love Your Hospital charity, to which Andy Sparsis, Founder of Proto Restaurant Group is a patron of and fully supports.
Stevie said “From the first day I came to the UK I have been made to feel welcome and respected by everyone I have met. So many people have given so much to me so I really want to give back what I can“.
At Proto Restaurant Group we fully support Stevie in his jump which is taking place on Sunday 24 May at 2 pm at GoSkyDive in Salisbury. GoSkydive is one of the top drop zones in the UK and they are very proud to regularly work with a wide range of charities throughout the year. A tandem skydive is a thrilling, high-energy experience of a lifetime that inspires people to donate more to their chosen charity and will be something they will never forget.
Their team of professional skydive instructors and support staff are specially trained to work with first-time tandem skydivers and their specialist equipment is selected for tandem skydiving only. They are regulated by the British Parachute Association adhering to their strict regulations as well as their own Go Skydive Standards of Excellence. These include; using the very best industry leading parachute technology and a core team of full-time professional tandem skydive instructors who have completed over 4000 jumps each . These standards together with their friendly, skydive passionate team means that Stevie will have a safe, fun-filled and massively exhilarating skydive experience. Over 14,000 people have skydived with them, so come on Stevie…you can do this!
If you wish to help and donate to this fantastic charity that Stevie has chosen to raise money for, Love Your Hospital Charity (Charity Registration No: 1049201) then please visit Stevie’s JustGiving page at www.justgiving.com/Istvan-Kundi/Thank you to everyone who has donated. Stevie has raised over £700 so far.
“Love Your Hospital” charity raises funds for Worthing Hospital, St Richard’s Hospital, and Southlands Hospital. They are committed to improving the facilities and provide funding that isn’t forthcoming from statutory sources. Donations are always gratefully received. www.loveyourhospital.org.
We will let you know how Stevie gets on and post some photos after his jump.
Good luck Stevie from all the team.